Neo-Fascism

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neo-fascism

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) politics a modern right-wing political movement that includes significant elements of fascism, esp inspired by fascist Italy

Neo-Fascism

the post-World War II rise of a movement whose principal aim is to incorporate the doctrines of fascism into existing political systems. — Neo-Facist, n.
See also: Fascism
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In the 1970s, Pellegrino Nazzaro was among the initiators of research into the influence of Italian fascism in the United States, in general, and within the Little Italies, in particular, with special reference to the political conflicts between Benito Mussolini's Italian-American supporters and opponents.
An attempt at instituting fascism in the United States would not be without precedent.
In the first chapter, "The Origins of Italian American Fascism," Cannistraro focuses on the founding figure of Italian Fascism in the United States, Agostino De Biasi.